Jump for Joy
A teenager makes tracks in snowshoes in 1978 in Canada’s Yukon Territory.
Different cultures have come up with different ways of enjoying snow and ice, from skiing to snowshoeing, skating, curling, snowball fights, or making snow angels. Some people also just like to stroll in the snowy woods or plop down in the fluff.
If you live in an area with air pollution, as most of us do now, maybe it's not the best idea to catch snowflakes on your tongue—but it sure is fun.
Whether you're looking at a white winter or not, you can check out these great photos from the National Geographic magazine archives of people enjoying snow around the world.